The FOODPRINT Project synergies…

Info- Event “From Food Science to Food Industry: The cooperation model between SEVT & University of Aegean”, Athens, 8/4/2017

The purpose of the event was to present the results of the cooperation between the University of Aegean and SEVT and to show good practices and cooperation models that could be applied to other universities and research institutions as well as to the industry.

The collaboration of SEVT with the Department of Food Science and Nutrition of the University of Aegean began in 2009 and has significantly contributed to bridge the gap between the academic community and the Food Industry, while encouraging the very important work done in a university department located in a border area of Greece. The project's communication material (Brochures) was distributed to the attendees of the event.


PEFMED Project Meeting, Bologna, 8-9/5/2017

F. Salta presented the FOODPRINT project to the consortium of the PEFMED project which took place in Bologna on 8-9th of May 2017.

GR LIFE Task Force Experience Exchange Meeting, Athens, 18/5/2017

The representatives of the FOODPRINT (J. Antoniou & F. Salta) participated to the meeting with Greek LIFE projects (LIFE Open For Forests, LIFE ElClima & LIFE CLIMATREE) and presented the main results of the project on 18th of May 2017.

FOODDRINKEUROPE - "R&D" Expert Group, Brussels, 30/5/2017

F. Salta presented the FOODPRINT project to the members of the “R&D” Expert Group of the FOODDRINKEUROPE, in Brussels on 30th of May 2017. After that, the coordinator of the Group send an Info-note to the Group member which represent the food industry all over Europe for the project and the Foodprint tool.

MED Green Growth Community Transnational event “New Challenges in the Agrofood sector”, Girona, 28-30/6/2017

The MED Green Growth Community is organizing the first transnational event “New Challenges in the Agrofood sector” on 28-30th June in Girona (Spain). This event aims to gather the whole Green Growth community and relevant stakeholders of the Mediterranean area and other European regions to jointly discuss about the new challenges that the agrofood sector is facing nowadays. The project's communication material (Brochures) was distributed to the attendees of the event.

The project is implemented in Greece & Italy.


The main objective of the LIFE FOODPRINT project is to identify, quantify and implement measures to reduce, the carbon footprint (CF) of the pastry and flour food industry sector along the supply chain while increasing competitiveness through the development of an innovative software tool.

LIFE13 ENV/GR/000958

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